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Dec 5, 2012 2:00am PST
conversation with him that's a little bizarre isn't it? >> the c.i.a. gets recorded, so i don't know, there's a whole dimension to that. the interesting thing is ails is not effectively making kings. as we watch the george bush, the last republican president, was not, you know, didn't have a contract at fox news. they've been doing this stuff but haven't been effective at it. in the primary we watched people on stage. they are not in the white house right now. as they're doing it, as, you know as we're kind of disgusted by the whole notion of it, it's not effective in politicking. >> to come back to the critical point that you made earlier if they were overt and open about these conflicts and about their willingness and desire to effect the politics as they do, that would be fine, first amendment activity, i would say go off and do it. it's the fact that they hide it behind this mask and venire of neutrality that is offensive and trouble. michael, do you look at this and say how dare they? >> it's ridiculous, because nobody else could get away with this and yet fox will push back repeatedly
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Dec 6, 2012 5:00pm PST
, she didn't write the information she put forth the c.i.a. did. senator mccain was going after her, some thought there was a personal feud. >> it's hard to imagine but senator mccain should be praising her for doing her job well especially when you have national security crisis, you want most of our officials you want everyone to be on the same page. she was on the same page, so he should be saluting her applauding her and really not providing these kind of horrible statements about her. i've known her for many years and she is a very tough negotiator on behalf of the united states. she represents the united states well, and she is such a brilliant woman. that's what i think senator mccain may or may not be able to understand. >> eliot: switching gears quickly. the republican party and tea party got thumped. is there a lesson. there in the house, do you see colleagues i know you try to get along with everybody on a personal level but intellectually, what did they take away? >> we're seeing this during the negotiations now. i'm not sure the tea party republicans quite get the messag
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